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January 17, 2019

New Jersey school bus aide fired for using profanities and threatening a 10-year-old

"I'll put your f***ing head through the window if you say it again."

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A school bus aide in New Jersey was fired for threatening a 10-year-old student in video footage that captures her using profanities. 

The incident occurred Monday afternoon when children were returning home from Linden Public School No. 2. 

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The video shows the now-identified 58-year-old aide threatening a male student, saying "You're gonna be sorry. You must act like that to your parents. I bet they beat your a** every day. I know your father does. ... I know for a fact your father does." 

"When you don't listen I bet he kicks your a**," the aide continues. 

The video then shows the aide bending over in the child's face. 

"Call me a bitch again, say it again. Call me a bitch again, say it again. I dare you. I'll put your f***ing head through the window if you say it again."

A version of the video initially posted to YouTube has since been removed. Here's a clip of the video, as obtained by reported that according to police, there was also a brief physical altercation.

The Associated Press reported the aide was not a district employee, but an employee of the bus company that the district contracts. She was immediately fired, according to school district officials. 

An investigation is ongoing. 

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